After the successful inaugural Easterly open studios event last year members of Easterly will be again opening their studios in June this year as part of the Easterly artists trail. This year the trail has grown to feature twelve local artists.
This event coincides with Suffolk Open Studios of which a number of the Easterly artists are also members.
Check out our Open Studios pages for full details of opening dates and times and participating artists.
originalprojects; are hosting two free exhibition at their new venue Ex Marks the Spot. There is a choice of Brilliant Folk Art, an exhibition of Jaodong Window Paper-Cutting and Two Points East & The Art of the Book Cover, covering Judith Ellis’ illustrated book that presents a view of maritime Norfolk.
Ex Marks the Spot is located at 3-7 King Street, Great Yarmouth (the old Marks and Spencer site), and is open noon to 6pm Thurs, Fri and Sat.
Easterly have negotiated a short term lease on a unit in the Britten Centre, to bring a 6 week group exhibition to Lowestoft town centre adjacent the Library.
Participating Easterly artists include: Angelique Frazer Mackenzie, Darren Breeze, Fiona Shreve, Hilary Barry, Hugh Davies, Lisa Hurcum, Mark Burrell,
Miriam King, Neil Whitehead, Ni Gooding, Nina Roffey, and Peter Rodulfo.
Thu, 14 February 2019 08:00 – 09:30 GMT at the Orbis Centre
Lowestoft and the surrounding area has many great assets, beautiful sandy beaches, gateway to the Broads National Park, a growing off shore energy sector and the first place to see the sunrise in the UK, but there is also a sense that we could do more with them and a desire to fully realise the area’s undoubted potential. Waveney District Council have enlisted the expertise of thinkingplace, the UK’s leading place branding agency to develop a Place ‘Story’ and ‘Brand’ for Lowestoft.
A story would benefit Lowestoft to talk about aspiration, pride and retaining talent and be positive about the place. The story will shape our approach to tourism, culture, where we invest in our town centre, what kind of infrastructure we need and what kind of businesses we should encourage to relocate here. It will be the building block to Lowestoft’s future, but to have the greatest impact it needs to be shaped and owned by as many people as possible. This is where you can get involved: thinkingplace will be running a workshop in Lowestoft where community and business representatives can hear more about the work being undertaken and feed their views in.
The Open Exhibition is an open to all visual art competition. It offers artists the opportunity to exhibit as part of a professionally curated and public-facing show, taking place over all three gallery spaces of Vivacity’s Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery.
Entries are accepted in the form of painting, drawing, photography, prints, sculpture and applied arts. Installation and performance art will be considered, but will depend on available gallery space. Each artist can submit a maximum of 3 works.
Entry Forms and payment should be submitted by the entry deadline on the 22 February 2019.
IBBAS welcomes both the general public, interested in supporting our aims and activities, and artists keen to participate.IBBAS team runs a show with professional standards. It is a requirement of exhibiting that you are in agreement with these.
IBBAS membership fee £10. Exhibition fee £20. Artists may now submit up to 5 hung pieces (as well as unframed and cards as per Rules doc). TOTAL fee payable therefore is £30.
Titles etc are not required before July, but pieces submitted must have been made in the 12 months before the exhibition date, and with Inspired by Becker in mind.
Artists are required to help with the running of the exhibition.
Application forms must be submitted by April 30th 2019.
Artists from across the country are invited to submit proposals for the 2019 Sculpture Trail at the Raveningham Centre in South Norfolk, which will take place over five weeks, from 2nd August to 8th September.
Applications will be accepted until midnight on Friday 25th January.
A new publication launched to coincide with and featuring work from the Great Yarmouth Project Exhibition , a collaboration between Bruer Tidman and Mark Cator
“Utter Journal is a brand new photographic magazine, launching in December 2018 and bringing together a language of co-operation with other art mediums. We operate out of an old fishing warehouse in Great Yarmouth, the same town immortalised by the pioneering photography of Peter Henry Emerson in 1887. Utter Journal is aimed at all practitioners who have a love of photography. It’s not a magazine for photographers or about photographers, it’s for anyone who sees with photographs and is willing to navigate the intricate pathways of narrative composition.
The first issue reflects on an eighteen month collaboration between painter Bruer Tidman and photographer Mark Cator, local artists operating out of a coastal town that effortlessly combines art, industry, entertainment and a thousand year history, and all built on a sandbank on the edges of the North Sea. Their paintings and photographs offer up a subjective engagement with Great Yarmouth that has a beguiling empathy and understanding of place.”
Grand unveiling at 6:30pm on 4th December 2018 of Sarah a large piece of artwork, especially created by Sarah Cannell for Beccles Library, it’s made specifically for an old inset window space in a corner of the library. Should work like you are looking through a window onto a bright landscape.
There will also be a pop up exhibition of her works from 5pm.